Weekly News Roundup From Sudan: October 4, 2018

what the media is writing and showing about Sudan

Posted by OBS Team on October 4th, 2018

Every week we gather important stories and updates from Sudan and consolidate them in one place for you. We also provide a few opportunities you can take to empower the Sudanese people. Here is this week's news round up:

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he people of Sudan are overcoming two of the greatest challenges facing humanity today: war and genocide. Operation Broken Silence is working to accelerate their ability to generate lasting change through storytelling and movement-building, education and emergency response, and grassroots advocacy programs.

Here are three simple and effective ways you can directly empower the Sudanese people! We encourage you to pick one:

1. Register For Eden's Run 5K. Our annual family-friendly 5K run that supports the Endure Primary School in Yida Refugee Camp returns for its 9th year on October 20, 2018! You can register for free and raise $100 or pay to enter and skip fundraising. REGISTER NOW »

2. Join The Renewal. This is our family of monthly givers who never stop pushing the needle forwards. They give automatically each and every month, providing consistent support to our Sudanese partners. Renewal members who give $25+ a month also get free tickets to our two annual events. LEARN MORE »

3. Become A Fundraiser. You can start an online fundraising page and host your own event at home for education or healthcare in Sudan. Bonus points: you can even join our holiday campaign early! START YOUR CAMPAIGN »

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